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Celebrating 64 Years In The Tampa Bay Area ...... A ---II Tech Servi c e s OUII 1ra arlO US CLASS OF 1966 CELEBRATES 60TH BIRTHDAY ---./ ./ Recently, members of Howard W B l ake High School Class of 1966, celebrated their "60" Birthday with a party. The event was held at the Rogers Park Golf Course Clubhouse, 7911 N. 30th Street. Members of the Class, along with their families traveled from throughout the United States to participate in the reunion. The celebration was a time of reflection and gave the graduates an opportunity to visit with family mem bers in the area and old f;iends. (PHOTOGRAPH BY JAMES McALLISTER). Accident Claims Life Of Teen SEE PAGE 3 -Readers Talk About O.J. 's Sentence t 1n .., . . PlaJ Director Has Long Hit Historr SEE PAGE 6 121 Amistad In Police Sweep SEE PAGE 14

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ao g Feature N a; a: w m w 0 w c Readers Share Opinions About Simpson Sentence >=' <( c en w ;::) 1-c a: u. c z <( c en w ;::) 1-> a: w > w c w ::r:: en :; m ;::) ll. z w _. _. ;::) m ..J w z z w en <( c a: 0 _. u. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Last week, Las Vegas Judge, Jackie Glass sentenced former professional football great o. J. Simpson to 33 years in prison, for a series of crimes. In keeping with the sentence, Simpson must serve as least 9 years before he will be eligi ble for parole. Some Sentinel readers shared their opinion about whether the sentence was fair. Ms. Carolyn Lighty said, "There is a difference between what's "legal" and "justice." I also take issue with the "innocent until proven guilty" system. I know there are a percent age of innocent peo ple sent to jail. I also know that there are 'ma ny cases where con victed criminals 'have stated that they had committed previous crimes. "In that case the inconsisten cies didn't allow them to secure a guilty verdict. What goes around comes around. I feel it was time he paid for his actions." Dr. George Foxx said, "It was a tragic, unfair day for 0. J. Simpson! Though he felt justified in retrieving what was allegedly his belongings, spending at least nine years in prison will MS. CAROLYN LIG_H1Y be a serious feat. Had Simpson been a nyone other than himself, I believe liis sentencing would have been different (meaning it appeared to be a revenge sen tencing despite judicial justi fications). Regardless, he is to blame for his own situation and involvement. Howard Harris said, "0. J. became temporarily "Black" when he was on trail for murder. After acquittal, his temporary "Blackness" should have told him to leave the country." Billy Wheeler said, "Mr. Simpson should have notified law enforcement offi, cials and gotten their help before taking matters into his own hands, particularly in light of his history and the previous trials. He had no DR. GEORGE FOXX MS. LAQUINDA BREWINGTON room to take such a risk. If it was a trap, he walked in with his eyes wide open. Was the sentence fair? Probably not." Ms. Laquinda Brewington said, "The issue is not the fairness of the sentence. Had he not made the poor choice in the first place, he never would have been in the situa tion he's in now. He now has at least the next nine years to think about the error of his ways!" Ms. Nancy Gilbert said, "I hope now -0. J. will stay out of tl}e media's '(hey got him just where tiiey warited him all along. He should have gone in hiclill'g long time ago." Mike Reid said, "As soon as the judge started off stat ing that she 'wasn't basing her decision on anything that happened regarding anything previously,' ... His goose was essentially cooked! "There was probably NO way you could have ever found an impartial jury that wouldn't have had hap pened in the past in. too back-. of their minds. So, I think he was destined. for some amount of prison time-from 1 the outset, and it was just a matter of how much his defense team could get it HOWARD HARRIS RUFUS LEWIS down to. Also ... Let this be a lesson to folks that ... 'Maybe ... Sometimes you shouldn't always tape or record EVERY thing that you do!'" Rufus Lewis said, "No, 0. J. Simpson had no chance of winning this case in Las Vegas. )'.We ?,11 need to keep 0. _J.t. in our prayers because he is a child of God. 0. J. realized now that he made a huge mis take, thinking that he still had some good friends. He admit-_.ted that he was wrong and that he should have let the.-police hand"ie retrievjng his sports memorabilia and other mementos when this information was brought tei his attention." Tyrone Hill said, "Considering only the crimes he was convicted of and not what others wish to carry over from their. personal beliefs from what may or may not be true about his-prior guilt, I would say yes the sentence was fair. , . "I think the judge: summed.it up perfaotly when she said it was a case of "both arrogance and ignorance." Many ha'fe t;eceived.muc,h less for more atrocious crimeS when the verdict was based on the current crime itself." CONCHITA PEARSON Missing Since 12-6-08 First Time Missing From The West Tampa Area 5'7" 1521bs Mentally-: .2 Days Without Medication Cross-Eyed If You Have Seen Me, Call {813) 777-6160 or {813) 767-9239

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Features Early Morning House Fire Leaves Three Seriously Injured . Officers Mike Collins, Lee McGruder, Susan Bowers responded to the earl morning fire Monday morning. This home at 2905 E. Chipco nearly destroyed during an early morning fire on Monday. All three of its occupants were transported to a local hospital. Tam'pa Fi.:.e .Jnvestiptor AI Alcala inspects smoke a larm found i n the hoine a t 2905 E. Chipco $treet. The smoke alarm did not have a .battery. (Photo eourt-.y of the. Tampa Fire '. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Julius HenderSon said, "I wa5 asleep when I heard my father and sister screaming to cali 'the fire department, Ms. Mary's house was on fire. "ljumped up a-nd ran across the street. Ms. Mary, Mr. Willie and LaToyawere in the house families have been neighsince around 1978: The occupants of the home were treated at the scene and transported to local hospitals in serious condition from flames and smoke inhalation The victims have been identified as Ms. Mary Jones Bynes, 73, wh6 was admitted to the Intensive Care Unit of St. Joseph's Hospital. alarm at 6:29 a. m., on Monday and arrived at 2905 K Chipco Street at 6 : 34 a. m. After prying the burglar bars from the front door, firemen removed the three occupants from the home. "Mr. Henderson and other neighbors were trying to get into the house. But there were burglar bars on eve.ry window. They w e r e t alking to them though the windows. There was a smoke alarm, but it did not have a battery ..... Captain Wade said . Damage to the one-story home is esiimated in excess of $ioo,ooo. The cause .Of the fire has. been attributed to a space heater being too close to a couch. Captain Wade said, "The investigations so far has revealed the house had a trifeeta of safety issues. Those included burg)ar bars on all of the windows and. doors that did not have an emetgency exit the smoke alarm that did not have batteries,' and two electric space heaters located in the room wherethe fire started. Space heaters need to be kept at least 3 feet away "from anything that can burn and be care Teenager Killed In Early Morning Accident ... c m en c c m 0 m A 17-year-old Tampa tion is-continuing and i: teenager died last charges are pending. : Thursday morning in a A native of Tampa, :D traffic accident that left Shawn: Christopher !D. two others injured. The sinShelton attended the pub: gle-car accident took place lie schools of Hillsborough g in Lake County. County. His father, Jame s According to a report Christopher Sheltoii released by the Florida said, "He was just a .won:... Highway Patrol, the acci-derful kid. Every tim e I dent occurred at 1:06 a.m. saw him, he was on that on U. S. 27, just South of_ cell phone.' I never saw him Bradshaw Road. Ms And he loved S t e p hanie M Reeves, 29, : ... musie:!'.: ... -" of Dade City, allegedly lost His father said the young control of the 1998 Ford man-was. planning on suv: the. vehicle ... .returning to sch
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Editorials & Columns 0 N a> a: w Ill := w 0 w c c 0 w :::t .... c ii: 1&. c z c 0 w :::t .... > a: w > w c w :I: 0 ::::i m :::t a. z ..I ..I :::t m w z w 0 c -a: 0 ..I 1&. FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 202-140) 2207 21st Avenue, Tampa Florida 33605 (813) 248-1921 Published Every Tuesday and Friday By FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., Member of National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) and Amalgamated Publishers, Inc., New York. 1990 94 CP Timelnternational POSTMASTER: Send Address Change To : Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P.O. Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Periodical Postage Paid At Tampa, FL W.W.Anchws 1874-1931 (1919) C. Blythe Andrews 1901n (1945) Foundenl C. BLYTHE ANDREWS, JR. CHAIRMAN S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER GWEN HAYES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON, CITY EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR KEITH GEORGE, CIRCULATION AND PRESS DIRECTOR Subscriptions$44.oo-6 Months Both Editions: $87.QO-Per Year Both Editions. Opinions expressed on editorial pages ol this .-spaper by Columnists or Guest Writers, do no1 necessarily reflect the editorial stance of The Florida Sentinel Bulletin or the Publisher. In Salute To A Man Named boris name was Doris But his friends called Dorie. And most people who spoke to hun at .all were proud to be considered his friends, since Dorie Miller w.S known to have had the best left hook in the entire Pacific Fleet. U.S. Navy Mess Attendant Dorie Miller was wide awake by 6 a. m., had shaved, showered and dressed and was laundry on the battleship u. S. S. West Vll'ginia, a task he did every day. But this particular day would be different. The day was December 7, 1941. The mighty West VIrginia was moored and sleeping at her dock at Pearl Harbor, when s _uddenly the sound of a thousand stinging wasps tore through the dozing Pacific Fleet, as Japanese dive bombers brought surprise and death. Panic seized everyone ... except for men like Doris Miller. For some unknown reason, a 50 caliber Browning anti-aircraft machine gun caught his eye. And by the time the attack was over and he had run out of bullets, a severely wounded Dorie had saved his captain and other fel low sailors, and had shot down more than five Japanese bombers, single-handedly. Miller's wasn't the only example of valor. That day in December, saw examples of heroism so numerous_that only the eyes of God could remember them all. Many of the heroes of December 7th were Black men, like Doris "Dorie" Miller. ADd even though he would later perish on a sinking ship somewhere in a Japanese-held Pacific, we remember Mess Attendant First Class Dorie Miller (because of his bravery,-he was given a promotion, but never a Medal of Honor) who nobody knew could shoot a gun. A. For Giving have heard so many heart-wrenching tales of fatnllies facing job losses, evictions, home fore: clualltre!il. serious illnesses and financial difficulties during this holiday season. News stories of plant and store closings abound in the media. .As. a matier .oU'aet, .one of our. reeounta how .the always_ her of a Christmas when she met a friend .in the drugstore with a shopping cart full pf ,toys. __ ,_.bd .atMut the toys, she was amazed when the shopper stated the toys were to be given to one of her neighbors who had five children, because the single mother had not been able to gifts, in spite of holding down a full-time job. The writer bellewes it is people like the Christmas momlq shopper who are the real unsung heroea of the hoUdays. . Undoubtedly, this holiday season wiD be where hundreds or thousands of such uuung heroes will be called upon to give from the heart. Therefore, we encourage our readers to remember the families among who are in need of food, shelter, housing .assistance, assistance in buying medicine and medical supplies during this holiday season. Better still, seek out the neighbors on your street who may be facing the loss of a job, inabllity to pay the rent or mortgage payment, whose children may need shoes, coats -.:t or medichies. Give them.-a helping hand. You'd be sur-W prised. e, Let us all live and practice the true meaning of this holi-day season .. giving. ... Time On -His Hands :;::, .. ,.,.:$may be able to raise the funds for an appeal of his 33-year prison sentence. But, appeals are expensive and drawn out, sometimes taking years. In the interim, the formeq football great known as "The Juice," will have nothing but time on his hands. The judge denied him the right to be released on bond pending the outcome of an appeal before the State of Nevada Supreme Court. Simpson's sentence was the longest, and his co-defendant, Clarence "C. J." Stewart was sentenced to 7 lh to 27 years in prison. The others received a slap on the hand because they testified against Simpson and Stewart. Most people who followed the trial wondered if he would be found guilty of crimes he committed or would he "be 4'!ntenced" for the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman. There are many people who felt like he got away with murder when he was acquitted. And this brings us to the mindset of 0. J. Simpson. It makes you wonder why he didn't get somewhere and live out the remainder of his life off the radar. Since 1994 when the double murder took place, Simpson's name has been in the media -and none of it was good. Following his acquittal of the murders in 1995, Simpson was back in the news in 1997 He lost the civil suit in the case. Simpson moved to Miami and was arrested and placed on probation. He managed to stay under the radar until 2006 when he wrote -the infamous book, "If I Did It," talking about if he bad committed the murders. Needless to say, every time his name appeared in the news, the Goldman and Brown families start swarming like buzzards. Both families have long since lost any sympathy they may have gained when greed replaced their pain. Now, they are simply portrayed as parasites looking for their host, who just happens to be 0. J. Simpson. They have already used the courts to pick his bones clean of all his worldly possessions, except his pension. So for the next 9 years, they may actually have to return to their standard of livirig BEFORE 0. J. Hopefully, there's still space in the trailer park. -rt- First African Americans In Congress ;1: ,: certainly hope this will be :the last century that there will be any firsts for Black Americans. The fact that President-elect Barack Obama will be sworn into office as the first Black presi dent of the United States in his tory reminded me of another time of "firsts" approximately 138 years ago. In 1870, on February 25th, the first Black United States Senator, Hiram Rhoades Revels (1822-1901) was sworn into office. On December 12th of that same year, Joseph Hayne Rainey (18321887) became the first Black United representative in Congress. I imagine Blacks and their abolitionist friends rejoiced in the same manner, back then, as we did, last month, when Obama won the presidential bid. I'm sure both Revels and Rainey believed theirs was the beginning of a great tradition. Even after the Civil War ended, many Blacks in the South remained enslaved and were prohibited from partici pating in the political process. However, Blacks still became politically active, organizing voting rights activities, state conventions and political nizations in an attempt to secure the right to vote. The first seven Blacks elected to Congress were the products of this struggle for political equal ity and served during the 4ist and 42nd Congress of the United States. Revels who served during Reconstruction after he was selected by the Mississippi Legislature to fill a seat left vacant by the Civil War. The Fayetteville, North Carolina native later became the first president of Alcorn AgriculturaL and Mechanical College. As the first Black member elected to the U.,S. House .of Representatives, representing the State of South Carolina, Joseph Hayne Rainey (1832 1887) served the longest tenn (18701879) of any Black con gressman except for William Dawson in the 1950's. Rainey supported legislation that authorized the President to call on the military to protect Black voters from intimidation by the Ku IOux lOan. Benjamin Sterling Turner (18251894) served in Congress from 1871 through 1873 and "secured the passage of two House bills that granted a pension to a corporal from a Black Civil War regiment." Men such iis Turner, Rainey, Revels and others were joinec in Congress by Robert Carlos DeLarge (1842 -1874), Josiah Thomas Walls (18421905), Jefferson Franklin Long (1836-1900) and Robert Brown Elliott (18421884). An exslave, DeLarge of Aiken, South Carolina narrowly won election to Congress in 1870, to serve a brief term (1870-1873), marred by a pro longed dispute over his election. , .. ' .. \ Walls, another exslave, served in Congress for the period 1871 1876, and was the Qnly. Black representative from Florida. His election was also marred by two successful attempts to unseat him. Recorded as the first Black representative to speak on the floor of the U. S. House of Representatives, Jefferson Long of Georgia, served the shortest term (less than three months) of any Black member of Congress. He had filled a vacant seat for which hewas not renominated. Finally, Robert Brown Elliott served in Continued On Page 5

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The, Destruction Of o .J. Simpson revious to the phei10m.enon of Barack :obama, everything was funny to. Black people. Whether it was humorous or not, or true or not, we would find a reason to' laugh and laugh loudly ... because for most things in our lives, laughing loud was the only thing we could do. So, I'm laughing loudly, at 0. J. Simpson. But you've got to understand, it's a bitter laugh. It's a laugh that takes no prisoners, and makes pretend it feels no pain. Yes, we Black folks are like that. We are very quick to make out as if what gouges our hearts is nothing more than a mosquito bite. You can always tell the kind of laugh I'm talking about because it always begins; "HA HAAAAAH!" Then comes silence and a nervous squinting of eyes .. . Do you remember J. Simpson when he was indeed, "0. J.?" I mean like, did you ever see that brother run? Like a bowlegged gazelle he galloped across that football field as if Satan himselfwas about to tear -his off. One of.the guys who used to play with Simpson, &ai-d _one'."time; "Maaan, he would by me,. give me that look and I'd hear him say," OHHHH, BUDDY, "and Got-dum, he was GOAN!" TOUCHDOWN FOR 0. J SIMP-SONNNN! "O-renthai J. ", if you please . that fast running chap who caught the world s attention by leaping over airport seats, on his way to a Hertz rental-car! Yeah, that's the one ... the sparkling, soft spoken Heisman.Jrophy win ner during the fatei4_year of 1968 when so many g:"lnts died ... 0. J., number one NFL draft pick in 1969 ... the man who rushed 2,003 yards,ill 1973; was Unanimous All-Pro, running more than 1,000 yards y_ear .fr.o.m 1972 tQ 1976J Yeah, that's him ... the one whose career record was 11,236 yards rushing, 2oj receptions, 990 yards on kickoff returns and 14,368 combined net yards! 0. J. Simpson ... who played in five consecutive Pro-Bowls; who was 1973 Pro-Bowl Player of the Game and who, when he played for the New York Jets, ran 219 yards in the next-to-last game against the New England Patriots! Yesssireee! 0. J. Simpson ... the Golden-Boy of the American Gridiron. And maybe, that was the problem. Maybe, during all those football receptions jolt ing tackles and jarring thuds up-side the head from hateful and jealous linemen, 0. J. Simpson got called too many "Boys!" Somebody said, "Simpson almost began believing he was indeed, 'The Golden Boy ... Football Boy .. then later, Hollywood's Boy .. always somebody's boy ... but never his own man!" But what-the-heck! Whatever 0. J. did, we did! 0. J . went, in our dreams we went, too. It didn't matter if he never said he wasn't colored or if we never heard him call himself Black. Yes, he wore an Afro. He didn't brag about it He didn't have to brag about it ... because 0. J. was O.J .... AND WE WERE, TOO! So, when they destroyed hi111, or when he destroyed him self whichever came first -a piece of us was destroyed, too And everyone was laughing! Did you see 0. J. when that judge sentenced him to 16 years and said, as she held back a giggle, "Your sentence has nothing to do with what happened when you were tried for murder." He gave Her-Honor a little wink and a grin that said to anybody who s aw it "Yeah you got me, but you11 never get me!" And then there are those of us who, until our dying day, will never believe 0. J. Simpson simultaneously stabbed to death,. .hluvife. and his wj.fe's friend. Our logic for disbelief is classically simplistic. "BROTH ERS -DONT DO THAT! Maybe, one day, the truth -one way or another-will come out. Until that day, we Black folks will do what we've always done. WE'LL LAUGH! Black American Insight from page 4 from 1871 through 1874. Reportedly, Elliott gave a "celebrated" and impassioned speech in Congress in favor of the 1875 Civil Rights Act. There is no doubt in my mind that the spirits of Revels, Walls, DeLarge, Turner, Long, Rainey and Elliott will surround Barack Obama, on January 20, 2009, when he takes the oath of office for President of the United States. For, certainly, our ancestors and the saints will rejoice for yet, another "first. Harambee. Accountability Everywhere has always been orne talk of account i bility in government. But I have never heard the cry for accountability as loud as it is since Barack Obama became president. There is no doubt that the American peo ple should demand accouptability from all of its govern ment officials. The demand for accountabili ty has to be and must be broadbased and inclusive. The demand for accountability should include Presidentelect Barack Obama, but it should not be limited to him. The demand for accountability should include Black govern ment officials, but should not be limited to them. The accountability must be broad enough to hold all gov ernment officials accountable. That includes those on the federal, state and local levels. Black government officials should be held to the same standard of conduct and per formance as non-Black govern ment officials It should be accountability here, accountability there and accountability everywhere. Black people, we understand and appreciate single member districts. But we also need to understand that every member of any governmental organization represents us. It matters not what district you live in, every school board member, every city council member, every county commis sioner, every state legislator, and every congressperson represents you and they all should be held accountable. I used the term government officials, rather than elected officials because all government people are not elected. Some are appointed and still others are hired. But even though they are not elected, they hold positions that allow them to make decisions that affect all of our lives. These people must be held accountable. I am talking about people who are president of public institutions that provide service for citizens. I am talk ing about people who control transportation, public housing, 1 public health programs, social programs, law enforcement personnel and by now you get the picture of who I am talking about. The time for the I don't get involved in p oJitics bull has been long past the to be gone. How can you not get involved in politics when .poli tics controls the everyday life of you and your family? We have got to make our presence felt, our voices heard and our desires' clearly expressed for government' offi cials to act on. That means need to be regulars at governmental meetings. We always need to know where the money is, what it is being spent on, ., where it is being spent and who r-is getting it. 0 Let us remember the age-old adage that says the squeaking l> wheef gets the grease (or oil). en Nobody can hear your squeak-ing wheel if you just stay at -1 home and squeak. We must Z also remember that account-J!! ability isn't just about you only! m I -c .... .... m ::f z ., My Fish Floats Like The American Economy c I:D c en ::z::: m c m < m :a -< -1 c m en c i ...... .............. Jot about a person IS a bit like stereotyp ing, never t hel e ss, people pla c e bumper stickers on their car bumpers, I read them and I am convinced that we are our bumper stickers. As for me, I have no bumper stickers on my car, I ju!jt 'clean' look. Notwithstanding that fact I have seen some bumper stick. ers that make 'me want' to .. reconsider. For instan' ce ; "Thank a teacher if you can read this." Or, "I am a high school graduate." Some are really funny, like "My dog's conduct is better than your child's." Then, there are those bumper stickers that make us think. Like "January 20, 2009: The End of an Error." For the last eight years, this country has endured its worst and possibly, the greatest eco nomic setback since the Great Depression Any Civics student remembers what we learned about that era? The Great 1 Depression lasted for a period from 1929 through 1939 that began in the United States as a ket and ushered in the Great result of the stock market Depression. Sound familiar? crash. It spread internat i onally There should be no doubt in and hit those countries most any of our minds that the 2004 c indebted to the United States Iraq invasion by President ., (Great Britain and German ) George W. Bush set in Unemployment rose sharply motion the economic crisis C and economic distress led to that faces Americans today. the election of Democratic can-The only difference in 2008 didate Franklin Delano from 66 years ago, is that Roosevelt .in. late. and ll ) people Adolph Hitler's rise in standing in lines wrapped Germany (1933) around buildings for food and The Great shelter. Yes, people are hungry e'Mposed -the United States' :and without shelter, but weaknesses and imbalances of because they are not standing its economic structure during in wrap-around lines, does that the 1920s when businesses make it better? took vicious downward turns Today, Americans are homefor relying on particular mar-less and out of work. In ket forces to achieve economic October 2008, more than correction. As a result, govern-20o,ooo jobs were lost. The ment action and interaction White House funded $750 bilassumed principal roles ensurlion of our tax money to bailout ing economic stability in most banks, CEOs' million dollar industrialized nations with severance payments and Enron market economics. thieves "Big Three carmakers "In 1929 Yale University traveled i n their private jets to economist Irving Fisher stat-represent almost 1,ooo,ooo ed confidently, 'the nution is middle-clnss American job s. marching along n permanently Make me n bumper sth:ker that "'0 high plateau of high prosperireads 'My fish floats like the ty.' Five days later the bottom American economy." m dropped out of the stock marPeace Be Unto You.

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8 Local C\1 a) a: w m ::!: w () w c Director Of Play Has Background > > Only 15 r:auirun:r:: Call HUD Certified Counselors Onsite to Help: Assess your situation Create a Financial Plan/budget Educate you on Mortgage workout options Navigate you through Foreclosure process ... MlM p .m Seedco --""'-......... Christmas Carols And Exercise Highlight Sho1N On Wednesday, December lOth, from 7 p.m., until 9 p. m "Cherylene Tells It Like It Is," hosted by Ms. Cherylene Levy, will help viewers get into the holiday spirit. Ms. Levy said, "One of my guests is Ms. Felecia Brantley, who will talk about exercising to get rid of those holiday pounds. She is going to demonstrate some helpful tips that we all can use Members of the Mover and Skaters of Tampa Bay will participate in the exercse session." Additionally, Ms. Levy will have the singing of traditional Christmas carols. Other guests include Quincy, who is the former keyboardist for KC and the Sunshine Band, Cam Showers and her band, the Gucci Boys Ms. Barbara "'Ms B" ElAmin will also be on hand for the Christmas carols. MS. CHE RYLENE LEVY ... Host of "Cherylene Tells It Like It Is" The show airs again on Friday, December 12th, from 7 p. m. until 9 p. m. on Bright House channels 949 and 950; Verizon, channels 30 and 36; and Comcast on channels 20 and 21. Viewers are also encouraged to call into the show at (813) 254-7820. Holiday Festival Planned Saturday, December 13, 2008 will be the Tampa Heights Annual Holiday Festival. This year's festival will be on the River at Tampa Heights River Front Community Redevelopment Area Tampa Water Works Park, behind Stetson University Law School at 1810 North Highland Ave. The event is set to start at 10 A.M. and conclude at 2 P.M. The event is focused on highlighting the Tampa Heights Neighborhood, its families and stakeholders. The organizations that are the central core of the event are The Bay Area Brotherhood and The NFL Alumni Inc., Tampa Bay Chapter. This year's event will bring out over 15 performances from numerous local talents including: Busch Gardens Sheiks of Morocco Band, The Kuumba Dancers, fabulous sounds of famous Gospel Singer Belinda Womack, step teams, local cheerleading squads, Jambalaya-Reggae Group, Joy Tabernacle Gospel Choir, are just some of the talents performing this day. In addition to performances, the event will also be giving 250 pre-selected, at-risk children lunch from Lee Roy Selmon's and gifts donated from The Bay -Area Brotherhood and The NFL Alumni Inc., Tampa Bay Chapter. Verizon Telcom will provide FIOS Games for the kids, door prizes from raffie tickets will be available, as well as face painting and arts and crafts. 20 computers donated by Computer Mentors will be awarded to selected families of the at-risk children There will be numerous food and non-food vendors. Health screenings will be available for adults and chil dren. Informational and edu cational booths will be set up that will include health, financial literacy and housing counseling located throughout the park. Canoe and kayaking on the river will be avail able for adults. Boat rides to the mouth of the river will also be included as a part of the festival. Santa, Mrs Claus, and their helpers will arrive by special convoy of vintage Corvette cars escorted by the City of Tampa Police Sheehy Ankle And Foot Center Is Its Annua l ... ,..,.

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Birthday Greeting ANNIE WILL UPSHAW Shhhhhhhhhhh. It's a surprise party for Annie Will Upshaw. We're looking for some of her old friends and acquaintances to join the party. Please all Vivian Mathews at (813) 326-7228 by December 17, 2008, for details. Birthday Celebrated (Photos by Julia Jackson) Ronnie and Lois Stevens celebrated her birthday. MARY CRUMPTON ZACKERY BOSTICK Tina and Louis Western. Local Victor Newman's Birthday Celebrated At Tampa Live -t c m CJ) c c m 0 m s: m Family and friends joined Victor Newman at Tampa Live recently to celebrate his birth-m day. (Photos by Julia Jackson) :::C CD Birthday celebrant, Victor Newman, at Tampa Live. 'Grey' is one of the first to greet you at Tampa Live. Cynthia happily receives your cash flow at Tampa Live. 18131 248 Lucy Ma Willow at Mr. AI at the birthday celebration honoring Victor Newman. Ricki and Perry were at Tanipa Live recently when Victor Newman celebrated his birthday. ice Speaking for ByMamaah {813) 977-7818 Monday-Saturday 8A.M.-7P.M. Sunday By ONLY FREE I Ask Us About Synthetic Hair Our Human Hair Available Specrals! We Specialize In All Kinds Of Braids I Address: 10020 N. 30th St. *Tampa, FL 33612 (At Poinsettia Plaza-Behind Busch Gardens & BougainviRea) I\) 0 0 (X) ., r 0 :::c CJ) m z ::! z m ':"" m c r r !!1 z c m r c;;-:l: m c m < m :::c < -4 c m 0 c ):It z c ., :::c c

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co Local o) a: LIJ m :E LIJ 0 w c ).:' <( c (/) w ;::::) 1-c a: LL c z <( c (/) w ;::::) 1-> a: w > w c w .l: (/) ::; m ;::::) D.. z j:: w _, _, ;::::) m I _, w z j:: z w (/) <( c a: 0 _, LL. Group In India On Mission Returns Few Days Before Attack BY GWENDOLYN HAYES Sentinel Editor Dr. Mark Jones and 4 other ministers from The Center For Manifestation returned to Tampa a few days prior to the attack on India. Their visit to India was November 10th-2oth. Although they were on the opposite side from where the terrorist attacks took place, the group still has compassion for those affected. There was no indication of any unrest in the country. The Manifestations World wide Missions Fellowship of Bible-Centered Ministries of which The Center For Manifestation is affiliated, operates in Africa, Asia, Europe and the United States. Dr. Mark T. Jones, Sr., right, greets persons in India. The group, of Dr. Jones, Tavis Myrick, Katherine Walton, LaConya Williams and Michelle Guess, traveled to Vijayawada, India, where they impacted the lives of many through training sessions. On this mission trip, 32 churches were set. At the same time,. 32 ministers were ordained and 6o were baptized. "We went into the villages preaching and teaching the gospel to persons who previously had been taught Hinduism," Dr. Jones explained. He added, however, that those who were baptized and received certification had to sign waivers that they did wish to receive the gospel, "or REVIVAL! REVIAL! REVIVAL TIME!. Join Us In A Life Anointing Revival Come And Receive A Miracle And A Prophetic Word From God December 17-19,2008 7:30P.M. Nightly Jesus Miracles Deliverance House Of Prayer, Inc. 6818 N. 50th Street Tampa, FL Speaker: otherwise they could be pun ished," he said. The group prd sented Bibles to the new converts who never had them before. Dr. Jones is looking for partners to assist in his mission to make a global mark by changing lives around the world through many communi ty projects. The Center For Manifesta tion feeds the homeless, pro vides community services, free clothing, free hair cuts and many other community enrich ment efforts. Their labor is not limited to CFM, the church also has a mission in Africa where they sponsor school uniforms for African children, sends young African adults through Bible college and builds churches in remote villages in Africa. Evangelist Beatrice H. Moreland Help For Hurting Women's Outreach Ministry" Ozark, Alabama Host Pastor. Evangelist Wllllm J. Prker 813-914-7857 Those who wish to join future mission trips may call (813) 241-6919. (Doors Open At 5:30 P.M.) ncket Outleat: T.mpa, FL The Center For Manifestation 3102 E. Lake Ave. Tampa, FL Pastor: Apostle Mark T. Jones The Center For Manifestation 813-248-5535 Mrs. Pittman 813-248-9627 David Bell 813-965-4565 Of FL Jackson's Market 813-239-2932 '1111 ...._... St. Pet., FL ..... Step-N-5lyle 727-322-0293 Looking Good Men Wear 727-328-8535 Of St. Petersburg, FL Rev. Rayan 727-323-9431 Bradenton, FL Adm .. $20 I n Adv $25 At The Door Children (5-12) $ 1 0 At The Door Only LOoking Good Men Wear 941-747-Q103 Clearwater, FL .. 1340 WTAN Radio 727-441-3000 M.C. Johnson 727-447-8701 PlantCity,FL Knafs Barber Shop 813-757-9836 For More Information Call: Mrs.Pittman 113-241-1127 Labland. FL 113-m-7711 lllchlel LH S21-M7 New Creations Beauty Salon 863-682-3847 Sponsored By: Three Powerhouse Promoters: Mrs. Ethel Pittman, Craig Briggs And Michael Lee Pharmacy Technician Training Class Planned BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Teenagers and young adults interested in pursuing a career in pharmacy are invited to enroll in an upcoming Pharmacy Technician Training Class. The class will begin in mid January 2009. In an effort to introduce those interested in the field of pharmacy, Ms. Pam Leslie, has conducted several classes in the past. Last year, as part of that training, some of the students attended the American Society of HealthSystem Pharmacy International Medication Convention held in Las Vegas, Nevada. Dr. Maya Angelou was the conference opener. This year, the conference will be held in Orlando. Perspective students who plan on enrolling in the Pharmacy Technician Train-ing Class can attend the conference. Ms. Leslie said those attending the conference will carpool and anyone willing to help with the transportation can contact Ms. Juanita Lark, who is assisting her with the training. Scholarships and tuition waivers from individuals as well as organizations are welcomed, she said. Anyone wishing to obtain more information about the class can contact Ms. Lark at (813) 62i-3
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Pictures From The Past ->-Attending an Oratorical Contest are Oeft to right): Mrs. Freddie Jean Cusseaux, Brenda Holland, Jewell Rackard, and Anne Fletcher. Attending the Alpha's Black and Gold Soiree are Dr. A. R. Jackson and Dr. Edward Hills. I Attending a Howard University Alumni affair are Dr. and Mrs. H. Bruce. Miles. :-:. .' -t c m (/) c c m (") m ::: m m ::a !D N 0 0 C ., r-0 ::a (/) m z ::::! z m r-1 m c r rm ::::! z c m (/) :I: m c m < m -t c m (/) c )> z c ., ::a c G') m CD

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c a: u. c z < c en w ::;:) ..... W ru c w :z:: en ::::i .CD ::;:) D.. z ti ..J ..J ::;:) CD .!a w z i= z w en C a: g u. 0 ,.. w Gators Headed To BCS Bowl The Florida Gl1-tors in my opinion are the best college football team in the nation. The 'Reptiles' get a chance to prove it on January 8, 2009, when they play the Oklahoma Sooners in the BCS Championship game. Both teams are 12-1 and should be undefeated. Both teams have high scoring offenses and great defenses. The advantage has to go to Florida because of their blinding speed and versatile players on offense. They also have speed on their defense. Fiorida has an opportunistic, quickstrike offense while Oklahoma has a workman like offense. Plant Ekes By Armwood The Plant High Panthers pulled off the upset of the year in Hillsborough. County high school football. The Panthers defeated the then undefeated Haw!ts by a score of 17-14. The Hawks had beaten. the Panthers 9-2 in the first game of the season and was ranked #3 in the The game wa.S a defensive struggle that came doWn to Armwood missing a last second field goal that would have tied the score and sent the game into overtime. The Plant victory moves them one game shy of the 4A State Championship game. Plant will host West Palm Beach Dryer ai home this Friday. Beware Of The Dragonettes At the risk of jinxing the Jefferson High School girls' basketball team, I dare say thatthey just may be the best girls' basketball team in the county. I say that although I have not yet seen all the girls' teams in the county. I say that with Jefferson being one of the youngest teams in the county. The Dragonettes, coached by veteran head coach, Tom Mosca, have three 9th graders, five lOth graders, and one senior on the team. They have an excellent ball-handler and team leader in junior guard Jade Givens. The lady Dragons are off to a 7-0 start and they should improve as the season goes on. The Dragons have some talented youth players. When Will There Be Owners? I remember a time when the National Football J..eague had no Black coaches, no Black quarterbacks, . and no Black middle linebackers. Today, we have coaches, coordinators and general managers. The question now is, when will be have Black owners? The NFL made an effort to get Black head coaches into the league. The time has come for the NFL to actively recruit Blacks who will own a franchise. I am sure that there are Blacks out there who have the money arid the know-how to buy and run a team. We are not asking the NFL to give Blacks a franchise. We are asking that they find a Black group that is capable of competing and buying a franchise. Then we will have come full circle in the NFL. Student Excels In Class, on Basketball Court BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Shalisia Hall was 7 years old when she first began playing basketball at the Robles Park Recreation Center Playground. Her mom, Ms. Carlene Hall, thought it was just a phase and the young would eventually grow tired of the game and move on to something else. But that was not going to happen because Shalisia had found her niche. Today, Shalisia is a senior at Hillsborough High School, where she made the honor roll the first grading period of the school year. Ms. Hall, who is a single mother, said her daughter is now a senior and hopes to obtain a scholarship to attend college. She is still undecided about a future profession. She knows that her daughter will have to make some life-altering decisions in the next few months. "She needs someone to Blake Girl, Boy C.gers To Play At Middleton GERICLEATH It's high school basketball season, and both the Howard W. Blake Yellow Jackets Boys' and Girls' Teams visit Middleton's Tigers at the William 0 Bethel Gymnasium this week. The girls play tomor row (Wednesday), while the boys square off Thursday, December 11, 2008. At stake Thursday will be the trophy that is awarded to the winning varsity boys' teams after each contest. The Lady Yellow Jacket Basketball team will visit Middleton on Wednesday, December 10, with the junior varsity game starting at 6:15 p. m. and the varsity Lady Tigers hosting the Lady Yellow Jackets at 7:45 p.m. Tigers' first-year coach, Cornell Young's boys-led by 6'5" senior forward Geric Leath hosts Blake's Winston Davis and his team Thursday, again and junior varsity action starting at 6:15p.m. and varsity action to follow at 7:45 p. m. All four teams will visit Blake's Gymnasium for a rematch later this season. ... Excels on court and in class help her make the right decisions about her future. She needs a sponsor," Ms. Hall said. Ms. Hall credits Andretta and Daryle Brookins as the people who "discovered" Shalisia's talents. Standing 5'6" Shalisia has played varsity since entering Hillsborough High School as a freshman. She has a leading score average of 19.5 points per game, which includes a season high of 28 points aga.inst Gaither High School. She plays the positions of shooting and point guard. The young lady, who is the youngest of Ms. Hall's three daughters, has played at while a student at Mendenhall Elementary, Memorial Middle School, and Stewart Middle School. Her sisters, LaToya and Jerricka, both played soft ball, bUt never ventured into the basketball arena. But, Shalisia had no problem playing with the boys in the neighborhood. Described as a true athlete, Shalisia enjoys play ing softball and flag football. Her mom said the only thing that Shalisia enjoys that is not sports-related is singing. Ms. Hall said she is very proud of her daughter's accomplishments and hopes that she will receive the proper guidance to make the right decisions about her future. USF's Selvle Makes First Team All American Although their sea-s .on """"""""'""' may have been disappOinting, University of eoutb Flo;ida encC -George Selvie, continued to be the bright spot for the team. The already two-time AllAmerican (first in school's history) was voted to the first team by the American Football Coaches Association. SelViejoins University of Florida linebacker, Brandon Spikes, and receiver, Percy Harvin, as first team selections from Florida. 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. Sports -c . BEAUTY UNLIMITED rn Pollce:.Biount Plea Deal For Less: In Marijuana 0 kidnapping and assaulting m two sports memorabilia 5; with a deadly m weapon. .::C "Mr: Simpson wanted something just short of a public apology," Roger g O.J. Simpson speaks during his sentencing hearing at the Clark County Regional Justice Center in Las Vegas. LAS VEGAS --O.J. Simpson is headed to prison for at least nine years, but a prosecutor says the former football star could have spent less time behind bars if he had accepted a plea deal before he was convicted. Clark-County District Attorney David Roger said Simpson was offered a deal for less prison time than the nine-to 33-year prison terms the graying former football star was sentenced to on Friday for said. "We didn't think that was appropriate." c Roger did not offer specifics of the deal and: Simpson's defense lawyers declined to discuss details. ''There was nothing that was palatable. Nothing acceptable," Simpson lawyer Yale Galanter said. Co-defendant Clarence "C.J." Stewart also reject ed a deal that would have had him plead guilty to unspecified reduced charges in return for a promised sentence less than the 7-1/2 to 27 years he received, the prosecutor and defense lawyers said. "It was a universal deal," said Stewart's lawyer, Brent Bryson. "Both defendants had to accept it. As we know, that didn't happen." Restaurant Incident Leads To Charges For Panthers' Bridges JERDJY BRIDGES < against NFC South rival Tampa Bay. According to the Mecklenburg County Sheriffs office, Bridges was charged with two counts of simple assault and battery and one count of communicating threats. Details weren't immediately clear. Bridges was released less than an hpur later on $2,500 bond, the sheriffs Web site said. "We aware are of it and we'r. e in the process of gathering information," NC --Panthers spokesman Carohna guard Charlie Dayton said. Jeremy IIPitlges was-----It wa8Uncerta1nil fort?e seco!l. mght;leo 24' : J Tampa Bay, hours P&llthers' which inatches 9-3 teams biggest game of. seaSOJ_l tietf for. the division }e$d; :: . .. ... ;'. '-"'.' ff Sendnd Buiietl.ri I I ' NOW AVAILABLE AT THESE WAL-MARTS WaiMart #925, 11720 Dr. MLK Jr . Blvd., Seffner 33584 WaiMart#941, 949 E. Bloomingdale Ave., Brandon, 33511 Wai-Mart #2627, 2701 E. Fletcher Ave., Tampa, 33612 WaiMart#2387, 11110 Causeway Blvd., Brandon, 33511 WaiMart #3463, 12808 E. Brandon Blvd., Brandon, 33511 WaiMart#5760, 1601 W. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa, FL, 33607 Wai-Mart #522, 8885 N. Florida Ave., .Tampa, FL, 33612 CORIEBWUNT HAMILTON, OH Former NBA player Corie Blount was charged with felony drug possession after authorities saw him pick up a package they knew contained marijuana, then found more marijuana at his home, the Butler County sheriff said Friday. Deputies watched as the U.S. Postal Service delivered a package containing 11 pounds of marijuana to a Liberty Township address northwest of Cincinnati on Thursday. When the 39-year-old Blount picked up the pack age, agents followed him to his home and served search warrants on the home and the address where the package was delivered, Butler County Sheriff Richard Jones said. At Blount's home, deputies found a second 11pound package of marijuana, and another package containing about 7 pounds of marijuana, Jones said. Blount was charged with felony drug possession and was released on $10,090 bond. If convicted of the charge, Blount faces one to five years in prison. Deputies confiscated a total of 29 pounds of mari. juana, a 1996 Mercedes Benz, a 2004 Cadillac Escalade, a 2000 Chevrolet Sububan, three guns and $29,500 in cash, Jones said. Florida,. Oldllholnll In Natl .... al Title a am It's official: Oklahoma and Florida will play for the BCS national championship; The Sooner.s and Gators .. finished atop the BCS standings Sunday and will' meet Jan. 8 in Miami for the title. Both teams are 12-1 and coming off wins in their conference title games Saturday. The Sooners ed Missouri to win the Big 12. The Gators beat Alabama 31-20 ,in the SQutheastem Conference. The Sooners are led by quarterback Sam Bradford and are the first team to score 60-plus points in five straight games since 1919. The Gators are led by quarterback Tim Tebow and are seeking their sec ond title in three seasons. JESSICA This Beauty Unlimited feature Is another one of the nationally known BethuneCookman College Golden Girls, Jessica. The 2oyear-old, who just celebrated her birthday December 3rd, says her favorite stars are Rihanna and Beyonce. Her hobbles are dancing and shopping. Jessica can be found with the other beautiful Golden Girls In Daytona or on the campus of Bethune-Cookman College. Jessica enjoys being around posltlve_people who have something Intelligent to talk about, and the man in her life must be honest, Godfearing, and respectful . Congratulations to Jessica as week's Beauty Unlimited feature. BAY BLCCANEERS 2008-2009 Football Sept. 7 Saints [24] vs. [20] Dues LOSS Sept. 14 Dues [24] vs. [9] Falcons WIN 21 ... (241 WIN Sept. 28 Dues [30] vs. [21] Packers WIN Oct. 5 Broncos [1.6] vs. (1J] Dues LOSS Oct.ll Dues [27] vs. (3] Panthers WIN Oct.19 Dues [20] vs. (10] Seahawks WIN Oct. 26 Cowboys [13] vs. [9] Dues LOSS Dues Chiefs Nov.16 Dues (19] vs. (13] Vikings WIN Nov. 23 Dues (38] vs. (20] Lions WIN Nov. 30 Dues (23] vs. (20] Saints WIN Dec. 8 @ Panthers @ 8:30 p. m. Dec. 14 @ Falcons @ 1 p. m. Dec. 21 Chargers @ 8:15 p. m. 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c:o Entertainment 0) a: w III :E w u w Tampa Hip Hop Group And Tom G. Among Winners At Awards Show C Militant Military?, the hottest hip hop group ever to come out of Tampa, was named the Best >=' Rap Group/Duo at the 2008 Tampa Bay Hip ijop Awards show held Sunday, November 30th. Militant Military?'s hit single, "All Da Way Live, has been gaining steam since its release, en and now is being played on stations from coast-to-coast. w ::J .... c a: LL. c z <( c (/) w ::J .... > a: w > w c w X (/) ,::J D ::J a.. z i= w ..J ..J ::J D I ..J w z j:: z w (/) '<( 9 a: 0 ..J LL. From left to right are: Michelle Williams (Community Activist Of The Year, Show Host Peacock, and Katina McClinton, representing Kenny Rushing. MIUTANT MIUTARY? -Tampa's Hottest Hip Hop Group Other winners and their categories were: Best new Artist/Group, Eve'Nin Ridahz Song OfThe Year, Tom "I'm There" Record Label Of The Year, 2-4-1 Records Best Male Hip Hop Artist, Tom G. Best Female Hip Hop Artist, Trinity Producer Of The Year, Lil' Kee Mover And Shaker Of The Year, Jerry Means Mixtape OfThe Year, Chill & DJ Khaled Mixtape DJ Of The Year, DJ Smallz DVD/Documentary Of The Year, Exposed DVD :' Photographer Of The Year, Kedric Lujuan Best Graphic Company, Rudebwoy Best Latin Artist/Group, Above Da Rest t' 3602 7th Avenue *Tampa; FL' r f. 241-2301.or247-3719 '"!"'. I Keys Made Latex Flat White Paint: ........... $5.99 gal. Oil Outside White Painl ......... $14.90 gal Roller Pan ............. ......... $3.49 ea. 3" Brushes ......................... .... 99 ea. LIMIT 2 WITH THIS AD ONLY!! TOMG. 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"(I'm) trying to pick out Barack Obama's Christmas puppy right now, so we're working hard on that," he joked. "I think I'm going to get him a pitbull, we just got to keep it street." Foxx made the comments after performing at the annual Rockefeller Center Christmas tree lighting in New York last week. ''I'm just celebrating Barack Obama (and) cele brating the new president," he said. Obama's presidential win isri't the only thing the Grammy-nominated singer is celebrating. Foxx is also gear ing up for the release of his third CD, "Intuition,"in stores December 16. He calls it his "best work ever." Akon 'Fan Tossing' Trial Postponed AKON NEW YORK --The trial of Akon, which was scheduled to begin December 1 in Fishkill, NY, has been postponed until December 17. The rapper will have to face criminal charges in a trial stemming from an incident in which he allegedly tossed a fan off a stage at a show last year. The Eminem and Snoop Dogg collaborator is accused of tossing a teenager into the crowd during his at a baseball stadium in Fishkill, NY in June 2007. The boy had apparently heckled him during a performance when Akon had him pulled onstagd by security. The singer then reportedly hoisteg the boy onto his shoulders and threw him into the crowd, where. lie landed on another concei:tgoer, wllo .. said she suffered a concussion He has pleaded not guilty to misdemeanor charges of endangering the welfare of a minor and second-degree harassment. It will be decided on December 17 if a trial will go ahead, .or if a settlement will b e made, reports Times Herald Record. Akon's new album Freedom relea sed. Vegas .Judge D..Ops Charges Against 'Suge' Knight LAS VEGAS --A judge on Friday dismissed drug and battery charges filed against Marion Knight, a hip-hop mogul accused of beating a woman in a parking lot. Justice of the Peace Abbi Silver dismissed the charges without prejudice, said Clark County Court spokesmam MiChael Sommermeyer. Knight's attorney, David Chesnoff, said the prosecu tion had "discoverfproblems and witness problems." Court records show that the district attorney's office has filed a notice indicating it may try to revive the charges by seeking a grand jury indictment, Sommermeyer said. Knight had been charged with two counts of felony drug possession and one count of misdemeanor batte'ry in the beating of a woman-in August. Police said they had seen him striking Melissa Isaac while holding a knife fn parking lot near the Las Vegas Strip. Isaac wasn't stabbed but was treated at a hospital for injuries. Death Row Records released seminal gangster rap albums by Tupac Sh&kur, Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg, se!ling tens of millions of albums in the early 1990S. 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ELVIN WESLEY JONES, SR. Funeral services for Mr. Elvin W. (Billy) Jones, Sr. of Tampa, who passed away Friday, December 5, 2008, will be on Friday, December 12, 2008, at 11 a. m. at Mt. SDAChurch, 4902 N. 40t Street, Tampa. Pastor Pierre Francois will be officiating, and Pastor Theus Young, eulogist. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Cemetery. Elvin "Billy" Jones is survived by: wife, Naomi Jones; sons, Christopher Jones, Elvin W. "Billy Boy" Jones, Jr., and Mark Jones (Natalie); daughter, Constance Joncs-Bundick; grandchildren, Jairus "Tiger" Jones, Deja JonesBundick, Demetrius "MJ" Bundick, Jr., and Jaden Jones, all of Tampa; sistersin-law, Ruth Brantley, Barbara Franklin, Priscilla Watson, and Joanna Hunter (Phillip), all ofTampa; brothers-in-law, John Doyle, Jr. (Marlene) of Takoma, Washington, Justice Doyle, Titus Doyle and Jairus Doyle, all of Tampa; and a host of nieces, nephews and family; extended family, Eugene and Celeste Greco, Josephine and AI Dato, Mac A. Greco, Jr. and Darlene, James, Robert, and William Hammond and families, and Pastor Theus Young and family; and a host of other family members and lifelong special friends. Elvin "Billy" Jones was born December 21, 1927. He graduated from Don Thompson Vocational High School and joined the United States Coast Guard in 1945 where he received an honorable discharge in 1947 He married Naomi Doyle Jones, his wife of 43 years, in 1965. "Billy" Jones was honored with retirement of 27 years from Kash 'N Karry Supermarket and 25 years with the Tampa Tribune. Ten of his golden years were spent with the Persimmon Co .urse. . He was preceded in death by: his parents, Nellie E. Jones, Elvin W. Jones, Sr.; and his son, Brice "Leo" Jones. The remains will repose at Harmon Home, 5002 N. 40t Street on, Thursday, December 11, 2008, from 6-8 p. m. Family and friends are asked to assemble at the church at 10:45 a.m. on Friday. "A HARMON SERVICE" DEATH NOTICE PATRISHA SPURELL Patrisha Spurell passed away on December 5, 2008. A memorial service will be held Wednesday evening, December 10, at 6:30 p. m. at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th Street, Tampa, 33610, (813) 626-8600-HARMON FUNERAL HOME AIKENS FUNERAL HOME Mrs. Aurellia Ayella. Mr. Rafael Nieves Lopez. Mrs. Mozella Walker. HARMON FUNERAL HOME Mr. Elvin W Jones, Tampa. Ms. Patrisha Spurcll, Tampa. Mr. Shawn Shelton, Tampa. Mr. Leonard Walter, Sr., Tampa. Mr. Cecil Yeoman, Tampa. JACKSON FUNERAL HOME Gaines Dancil, 4023 N. Riverview. Lorna Perna, 14902 N. 15th Street. Calvin James Wilson, 1228 E. Osborne Ave., Tampa. MORNING GLORY FUNERAL CHAPEL Mrs. Roberta Brooks, Tampa. Mrs. Rosie Fiffie, Tampa. Taft Richardson, Tampa. RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME -Mrs: Mary Dunlap, Dunflee, Florida. Harvey Hanes, 2217 E. 18th Avenue. Mrs. Clora M. Honeywell, 11722 N. Tom.Folson Road, Thonotosassa. Mrs. Epifania Lombillo, Tampa. Mrs. Althlean Clark Marion, Tampa. Mr. Monroe Marshall, Tampa. Mr. Preston Williams, 4319 Nassau Street. WILSON FUNERAL HOME Ms. Bessie Gunn, Tampa. Ms. Betty Dixon Mack, Tampa. Ms. Birdie M. Nelson, Tampa. Ms. Helen Preston, Tampa. Local Matriarch Of Family Dies After Brief.lllness Mrs. Mozella Walker, the m atriarch of the Walker family died Saturday, December 6, 2008 after complications from acute hematoma. She was 7 5 year s old. Mrs. \\Talker had a quadruple bypass surgery in the summer and was seemingly doing well. About a week before Thanksgiving she was stricken and hospitalized a t St. Joseph's Hospita l where she expired. Mrs. Walker was everyone' s mother. She' d t e ll you when you were right and when you' r e wrong, son Andre Walker stated. Mrs. Walker was a native of Gretna, FL, but move d to Tampa at an early age. She attende d and graduated from Middleton High S chool and furthered her education at Bethune-Cookman College . Mrs. Walker became a Head Start teacher and remained in that field for more than 3 0 years retiring in the e a rly 1990s. She spent much of her retirement years traveling, spending time with children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren and being involved in several organizations. MRS. MOZELLA WALKER Othe r than Andre, her other children are Byron Walker, Carolyn Barton, Terri Walker and Kim Walker. Funeral services will be conducted S aturday, December 13th, 1 p m. at Greater Bethel M. B. Church. Aikens Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. National Tyler Perry Accused Of Stealing Idea For Hit Movie M ARSHA LL, Texas -Tyler Perry wen t t o court last wee k t o f a c e all e g a tions that h e stole m aterial from someone else for his blockbuster film "Diary of a Mad Black Woman. Donna West is suing the actor-screenwriter for copyright infringement in U.S. District Court and wants a jury to award her family all profits made from the film. "I <;an't put my play on because the stories are basical-1YLERPERRY ly the same and nobody wants to see that again," she said. Members.of the Middleto11 High completing. the {in:al preparatioilS.Jt?J.-Jqelr 2708 E DR. MARTIN LUrnER KING, JR. Ill VD. TAMPA, Fl. 33610 Ph.I813J 232-8125 (813) -2310521 Hartl'l<)ll Funeral Home John W. Hnnnon, L.F. D Jnmes HAnnon, L. F. D 5002 N 40th St. 626-8600 Home & N0<1hem, Ownora 301 N Howard Avenue Tampa FL 33806 Ph: (813) 253-3419 Fa: ( 813 ) 2 5 1 4912 E"ITIIJif: West testified Tuesday tha t she developed a script title d "Fantasy of a Black Woman" based primarily on her own experiences. With her in the starring role, the play was performed in July 1991 at the Junior Black Academy of Arts and Letters at the Dallas Convention Center. "The play was opened to the public. Anyone could have attended," West said. Perry's movie, which earned some $50 million, came out in 2005. Jurors on Tuesday watched the film and listened to a reading of the script from play. The Epsilon Mu Mu Chapter Of Omega Psi Phi Fra;J\!'c. \W December 31, 2008 8:00 P.M. 1 :00 A.M. Location: Crown Ball Room, Howard Johnson Plaza Hotel 111 W. Fortune St., Tampa, FL Admission: $40.00 Per Person or $75.00 Per Couple Semi-Formal Attire For more information contact "0 Simon at (813) 240-2852 Or "BJ" Gore at (850) 865-9141 Cash Bar, Hors d'oeuv res, Door Prizes DJ and Dancing -i c m CJ) c c m (') m a:J m ::c 1\) 0 0 co 'T1 r-0 ::c c )> CJ) m z :::! z m r-1 III c rrm :::! z "C c a:J rCJ) :::t: m c m < m ::c < -i c m CJ) c )> z c 'T1 :!:! c

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crime; N i Teenagers Charged With Burgl&ry, Car Theft w c >;' en w ::J 1-DAMIEN TYSON Tampa Police have arrested three teenagers on burglary and auto theft charges. : According to reports, police sa1d Damien Tyson, 17, and Maurice !3 Benjamin, 17, approached a: a disabled feJllale's resiu. dence on East Jean Street c z Saturday evening. < Police said the duo knocked on the front door C to see if anyone was at f3 home. When they did not get an answer, they left the residence. ffi Police said Tyson and > Benjamin returned to the W residence later to burglarfiJ ize it. They forced entry by % prying open the front door. The disabled victim m heard noise of the door ::J A. MAURICE BENJAMIN being forced open and had to use crutches to investigate. .Police said the victim confronted Tyson and Benjamin as they were in the process of burglarizing the residence At that time, and Benjamin reportedly took the victim's keys and fled in her van. Police said the victim's specialized wheelchair was inside the van at the time of the theft. A short time later, offi cers spotted the van in the Sulphur Springs area and followed it until other units arrived. The stolen van was occupied by Benjamin, Tyson, and a third teenager, Keion 17. Beujamiii. was z t= w .J .J ::J m ..:. w z w en C ir: 0 .J u. "The Voice of Our Community S Jt.se WARREN DAWSON 221 .. 111011 14&1 Taua Park Plaza @ Nebraska Ava. & scan St. The hiring of a lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely upon advertisements. Before you decide, ask IJS to send you FREE written lnfonnallon about quallflullons and expenencel KEION BROOKINS driving the vehicle. Officers followed the vehicle until it was abandoned and all three suspects fled into the Grand Oaks Apartment complex Police set up a perimeter around the complex, and all three suspects were arrested. The victim's specialized wheelchair was found in a dumpster. Damien Tyson and Maurice Benjamin were charged with burglary of an occupied dwelling, petit theft, grand theft auto, bur glary of an auto and resisting arrest without violence. Keion Brookins was charged with grand theft auto and resisting arrest without violence. Suspect Sought In Attempted Kidnapping ST. PETERSBURG -St. Petersburg Police are searching for a heavy set male who attempted to abduct a 15-year-old female walking home from St. Petersburg High School on Friday The suspect is described as a dark-skinned white male, or a light-skinned Black male, weighing 250 to 275 pounds, and standing between 6'3 and 6'5" tall Investigators said the victim was walking home because she missed her school bus. As she approached 245 22nd Street, North, the s uspect approached her and allegedly tried to engage her in conversation. When she ignored the man, he reportedly grabbed her and began to drag her toward an alley. The victim continued to resist, kicking the suspect in the groin, allowing her to escape. Anyone wt information can contact Detective Joe Bross at (727) 8934979. Reward orrered For Woman .-Who Stole Cr8dlt CaRl Surveillance photo of woman suspected. of Using a stolen credit canl. Crime Stoppers is ofterh-tg a reward of up to $1,000 for information that leads to the identification of ari unknown Black female suspect who fraudulently used a credit card that was stolen during a car burglary in Pasco County. Authorities said the stolen credit card was used November 25th at the Sweetbay at 7095 West Waters then again at the Wal-Mart, 7011 West Waters Avenue. The suspect is described as a Black female In her 30s, weighing at least 300 pounds, with black long, straight hair. Anyone with information is asked to Deputy Lisa Haber at (813) 3936356. 121 Arrests Made In Pollee SY#eep On Thursday night, Tampa Police, along with the Hillsborough County Sherifrs Office, initiated "Operation Nowhere To Run," targeting drug dealers and people:with warrants for economic crimes as robbe'ry' burglary and grand theft By 5 p.m. Thursday, authorities had arrested 17 people with outstanding warrants. According to Capt. John Newman, when the operation concluded Sunday; at least 121 arrests had been made. Capt. Newman said in the joint operation, Sh eriffs deputies concentrated their efforts in the Nuccio area at Sligh and 56th Street. Tampa Police concentrated their efforts in the areas of 29th Street and Lake Avenue, the Sulph-ur. Springs community; in area of 40th Street from. Columbus Drive to Bus1:h ; Boulevard from 30th Street to the east, and the area of 47th Street and East Hillsborough Avenue. Capt. Newman said more arrests are anticipated and the operation was broken down to 15 zones where deputies and police officers operated buy-bust operations and warrant roundups. Two Men Arrested In Variety Store Robbery CORY SMITH ST. PETERSBURG -On Saturday, St. Petersburg Police detectives charged Cory Smith, 21, and Benjamin Jones, 19, with the armed robbery of John's Variety Store Saturday evening. Smith was stopped on BENJAMIN JONES Central Avenue after the robbery, and Jones was found hiding in a nearby lake where he was bitten by a Police K 9 dog Police said they don't believ e Smith and Jones are r e sponsible for the two robb eries las t week at the Star D e li and Suhani.

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Classifieds LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING As a result of being unable to effectuate certified mail notice to violators of the City Code, notice is he r eby given that a Tampa Mun i cipal Code Enforcement Hea ri ng Maste r has scheduled a public hearing on January 7, 2009 at 9:00 a.m. to hear the below listed cases which are in v iolati on of the City of Tampa Code Informa ti on listed below describes the case number, property owner(s) violation address, code section violated, and legal description of subject property in that order The hearing will be held in C ity Council Chambers 3rd Floor, City Hall, 315 E Kennedy Blvd., Tampa, Florida Affected property owners will be given the opportunity to discuss the alleged violatio ns. Should anyone ha ve any questions r egarding t hese cases, please call the Office of the City Clerk at (813) 27 4-7286. Please note that if any person decides to appeal any decision made by the Code Enforcement Hearing Mas ter w i th respect to any matter conside red at the me eting or h earing they will need to ensure a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record i ncludes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based. CASE# 07-29296 CASE# 0816733 CASE# 08-18254 CASE# 08-19498 CASE# 0820126 BARROS, SUZAN CANALES, WALTER WILLIAMS, ALFRED FONTE, ROGER VILLANUEVA, HERIBERTO AND 15608 COCHESTER RD TAMPA, FL 1708 MARVY AVE. TAMPA, FL 4303 E OSBORNE AVE. TAMPA, FL 1514 E. DIANA ST. TAMPA, FL AQUINO, MARIA SECTIONS : 19-47, AND 19-50 SECTIONS : 19-46 19-49 1950 AND SECTIONS : 19-47, 19-49, AND 19-50 SECTIONS : 19-49 19-50AND 19 -231 7001 LAKESHORE DR ., TAMPA, FL TAMPA PALMS 4A UNIT 1 19 -56 EASTERN HEIGH TS RIVERBEND MANOR SECTIONS: 1 9-49 19-46 19-5 0 LOT 4 BLOCK 9 TILSEN MANOR BLKS 2, 3 4 5 6 8 LOT 42 LOT 14 BLOCKY AND 19-233 34758 1522 9, 10, '11, 13 16 17, 18 149551 0000 TEMPLE CREST UNI T NO 3 1545 9 1 0000 CASE# 08-13304 LOTS BLOCK 2 LOT 12 B LOCK 56 SATTERFIELL GEO E. HALEY, GEO R 141279 .0000 CASE# 08-18365 CASE# 08-19587 148743.00 00 HALEY, RANDY L. GIL R, BRYANS. ALl, KIM ALLEN,MAUREENA 8406 N. SEMMES ST. TAMPA, FL CASE# 08-17252 1024 E. CARACAS ST. TAMPA, FL 8013 N 14TH ST., AlB, TAMPA, FL CASE# 08-20150 SECTION: 19-49 BROWN, JEROME C. SECTION 19-50 SECTI ONS : 19-49 19 -50 AND 19-232 ST-CYR, WOOLINE OAK TERRACE REVISED PLAT OF 8318 N 13TH ST. TAMPA, FL DEMOREST SULPHUR SPRINGS ADDITION 1507 E. 27TH AVE., TAMPA, FL LO T 3 AND W Y, OF ALLEY ABUTIING SECTIONS: 1 9 -233 AND 19-234 LOTS 59 AND 60 AND E y, CLOSED SECTIONS : 19-50, AND 19 232 LOT 1 BLOCK 4 ALLEY ABUTIING THERE ON THEREON REINA V I CTORIA SULPHUR SPRINGS ADDITION 1716<15.0000 145599 0000 BLOCK 61 LOT 6 AND N Y, OF CLOSED A LLEY LOT 10 AND 11 AND E 5 FT CLOSED 14695 7 0000 ABUTIINGON S CASE# 0813562 ALLEY ABUTIING CASE I# 0818367 172815 .0000 CRUMP, STACEY ONWBLOCK24 RODRIGUEZ, MELIZA CASE I# 08-19747 2802 E. ELLICOTI ST. TAMPA, FL 146440 .0000 1202 E. CARACAS ST. TAMPA, FL ALVAREZ, NIURKA CASE I# 08-20448 SECTIONS : 19-47, AND 19-50 SECTION : 19-231 8206 N.1aTH ST., TAMPA, FL REYNOLDS, ALLEN Ill, REYNOLDS, LIVINGSTON HEIGHTS CASE I# 08-17312 D EMOREST SECTION : 19-50 JACQUELINE LOT 18 BLOCK 2 PHILPOT, RALPH J. LOT 5 BLOCK2 HENDRY AND KNIGHTS ADDITION TO 2805 N 8TH ST., TAMPA, FL 156366 0000 1314 E SLIGH AVE., TAMPA, FL 171640.0000 SECTIONS: 1 9-49 AND19-231 SULPHUR SPRINGS CASE II 08-15150 SECTION : 19-233 LOT 33 AND E Y, CLOSED ALLEY BONNIEHAVEN S %OF LOT 7 BLOCK 1 HARXHI, SHEPTIM LEONARD TERRACE CASE I 08-11484 ABUTIING THEREON 8617 N. MULBERRY ST, AlB TAMPA, FL E 35FT OF LOT 19 AND W24 FT OF TIEN, JESSICA 149596 0000 186901 .0000 SECTIONS : 19-49 AND 19-50 LOT20 1309 E FRIERSON AVE., TAMPA, FL PROPERTY ORANGE TERRACE 17 0116.0000 SECTIONS : 19-49 AND 19-56 CASE II 08-20083 CASE I# 08 LOT 2 1 AND W Y, OF ALLEY ABUTIING ANDERSON R M SUBDIVISION LOT 2 CASADO, ANDRES AND CABADO, AARON, DANIEL ONE BLOCK 10 CASE I 08-17619 171437 0000 SHANNON 3303 N. 12TH ST., TAMPA, FL 145572 5000 MUFF, SANDRA 1813 MERIDEL AVE. TAMPA, FL SECTION S : 19-26, 19-46 19-49 SEC TIO NS 19232, 1950 AN D 27129 AND 1950 CASE I# 08 6920 N 21ST ST ., TAMPA, FL CASE# 08 18701 NEBRASKA EAST REVISED MAP OF SEC TION: 19-50 DOMDROWSKI, PAUL TILSEN MANOR BLKS 2, 3, 4, 5 6 8, 9, THOMPSON, JIMMIE LOT 18 TOGETHER WITH S Y, AND W KIES SUBDIVISION 4218 N. 13TH ST., TAMPA, FL 10, 11,13,16,17,ANO 18 % OF VACA TEO ALLEYS ABUTIING 916 E. 22NO AVE., TAMPA, FL LOT 7 BLOCK 10 SECTIONS : 19 26 LOT 1 AND Y, CLOSED ALLEY SECTIONS : 19-49, AND 19-5 0 186426. 0000 ABUTIING ON WEST NEBRASKA HEIGHTS SOUTH 141388 0000 CARL TON PLACE E 98 FT OF LOT 1 149308 .0000 LO T 27 AND VACATED ALLEY CASE I# 08 CASE fl 08 1865 8 5. 0000 ABUTTI NG T H E REO F CONLON, SEAN J. LAWSON, DELVIN R. CASE I# 08-17807 172368 .6000 3519 N 12TH ST., TAMPA, FL CASE I# 08 16206 ADAMS, MONROE Ill 1019 E 19TH AVE. TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 1 9-26 19-46 19-49 AND BURKE, JAMES L. SECTI O NS : 19-46 1 9-49 1950 19-50 1705 E. NOME ST., TAMPA, FL ADAMS, MARJORIE T ., CASE# 08 19097 19 -2 33 19-234 SECTIONS: 19 49 1950 AND 27 129 AND ADAMS JOHN M AWONIYI, SYLVANUS AND 27-77 TABL E 4-1 BAKE R'S J M SUBDIVIS IO N 161 2 E. IDLEWILD AVE. TAMPA, FL 1421 N 17TH ST., AlB, TAMPA, FL LOT 5 BLOCK 10 FERN CLIFF ROBERT S HORATI O N LO T 281 AND W Y, OF LOT 280 SECTIONS 19-49,19-50 AND 27-129 SECTION : 19-231 W 52 % FT OF LOT 3 BLOCK 1 AND A 172910. 0000 149943 0000 LOT B EG 529 .72 FT E O F S W COR OF OAK TERRACE REVISED PLAT OF STRIP 1 FTWIDE IMMEDIATELY NWY. O F NWY. LOTS 3 33 AND 334 AND W Y, CLO S E D ADJOINING SAID LOT ON THE NORTH CASE I# 0820574 CASE fl 08 16532 BENNETI, ANDREW L OF SE '!. & RUN E 50FT N 138 .66 FT A LLE Y ABUTIING THEREON TOGETHER WITH NY, OF VACATED MOORE, TAWANDA L AND MARK W 50 FT & S 138 .88 FT TO BEG L ESS 145699 0000 ALLEY ABUTIING 1809 E. KNOLLWOOD ST. TAMPA, FL 1215 E. HOLLAND ST., TAMPA, FL S 25FT FORST 188944 0000 SECTION: 19-50 SECTIONS: 19-46, 19-49AND 19 50 15030 7 .0000 CASE fl 08-19285 RIVER BEND MANOR NEBRASKA AVENUE HEIGHTS HARRIS, HENRY LEE AND CASE fl 0820118 LOTS BLOCKW LOTS 15 TO 18 INCL BLOCK 21 149529.000 0 143892 0000 CASE fl 0818144 HARRIS, CAROLYN CONLON, SEAN J LUZE Y, CESAR OMAR 8504 N. BROOKS ST., TAMPA, FL 1019 E 19TH AVE.,%, TAMPA, F L CASE I 08 CASE I 08-188t5 LUZEY, DEBORA K. SECTION : 19-233; 19-49; 1950; AND SECTIONS: 18 AND 18-234 GASTON, RITA R HULBURT, RYAN 1307 E EU.ICOTI ST., TAMPA, FL 19-23-4 ROBERTS HORATIO N 1701 E DIANA ST., TAMPA, FL 1304 E. 15TH AVE., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 1t-50AND 111-511 SULPHUR HILL 2 52 % F T OF LOT 3 BLOCK 1 AND A SECTION: 1t-50 SECTIONS : 111-411, AND 11150 HANLE Y H E IGHTS N 40FT O F E 75FT OF LOT 10 STRIP 1FT WIDE IMMEDIATELY RIVERB ENO MANOR CUSCADEN AND WELLS ADJOINING SAID LOT ON THE NORTH E Y, OF LOT 8 BLOCK 2 LOT 55 BLOCK3 LOT 1 AND W% OF LOT 2 BLOCK A-1 197177.0000 171850 .0000 145785 .0000 1861144.0000 148583.0000 IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT AND SECTION 286.26, F LORIDA STATUTES. PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES NEEDING SPECIAL ACCOMMODATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS MEETING SHOULD CONTACT THE CITY CLERK'S OFFICE AT LEAST FORTY-EIGHT (48) HOURS : PRIOR TO THE DATE OF 'I'HE MEETING INTER ESTED PARTIES MAY APPEAR AND BE HEARD AT SAID HEARING SHIRLEY FOXXKNOWLES CITY CLERK CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT RATE $8 .00 1 20 WORDS AND 50 FOR EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER 2 0 THIS PRICE IS EACH TIME YOU PUBLISH YOUR AD HOLIDY PUBLICATION DEADLINES Tuesday Edition -Friday @ 3:00 P.M. ....... Friday Edition -Tuesday @ 3:00 P.M '""i c: m en 0 )> .-< 0 m (") m s:: aJ m ;:o :0 N 0 0 co "T1 r-0 0 )> en m z ::j z m r-' m c: rr-m z "U c: m r-u; :I: m 0 m < m -f c: m en c )> z 0 "T1 0

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co 0 0 N Q) 0::: w a:l w (..) w c >= < c U) w ;::) .... c 0::: LL. c z < c U) w ;::) .... w > w c w :I: U) ::::i m ;::) a. z i= w ...J ...J ;::) m ...J w z i= z w U) < c 0::: 0 ...J LL. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING January 7, 2009 (CONTINUED) CASE# 08-20654 CASE# 08-21901 CASE # 08-23632 DELGADO, MARIA FILS, HUMANIE NIEVES, OSCAR 4213 E. RICHMERE ST., TAMPA, FL 8720 N. BROOKS ST., AlB, TAMPA, FL 4618 WEBSTER ST., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 19-49, 19-50, 19-233, SECTIONS: 19-49, 19-231 AND 19-232 SECTIONS: 19-49 AND 19-50 AND 19-234 ORANGE TERRACE ZION HEIGHTS ADDITION TERRACE PARK SUBDIVISION LOT 3 & E Y. CLOSED ALLEY LOT92 UNIT NO 3 ABUTIING THEREON 156871.0010 LOTS 13, 14, AND 15, BLOCK 105 BLOCK 7 142135.0000 145522.0100 CASE # 08-23904 FREEMAN, SOPHIA CASE i# 08-20855 CASE# 08-22168 1601 E. NOME ST., TAMPA, FL COLON FAMILY LAND TRUST i#2104 OATES BERTHA LEE AND OATES, SECTION: 19-46 AND 19-50 2104 E. 17TH AVE., TAMPA, FL THOMAS CALEB FERN CLIFF SECTIONS: 19-49AND 19-50 2920 E. 20TH AVE., TAMPA, FL LOT293 BANZABANZA SECTIONS: 19-46, 19-47, 19-49 149953.0000 LOT BEG 25 FT W OF NE COR OF LOT AND 19-50 7AND RUNW20 FTS26 FTW10 FTS GREENVILLE SUBDNISION PLAT 3 CASE i# 08-24092 50 FT E 30 FT & N 76 FT TO POB PG 50 DAVIS, WANDA BLOCK 13 LOT 16 BLOCK 1 9801 N. 10TH ST., AlB, TAMPA, FL 1sn23.oooo 186465.0000 SECTIONS: 19-46 AND 19-50 CASTLE HEIGHTS MAP CASE i# 08-21356 CASE i# 08-22491 LOTS17 AND 18 BLOCK B CUEVAS, BRENDA DEUTSCHE BANK; NATIONAL TRUST 144027.0000 9412 N. BROOKS ST., TAMPA, FL C/0 CITI RESIDENTIAL CASE# 08-24148 SECTIONS: 19-46, AND 19-50 LENDING I FERNANDEZ, ENRIQUE FAIRVIEW TERRACE 8113 N. SEMMES ST., TAMPA, FL AND ORTIZ, MARIA LOT 17 BLOCK 3 SECTIONS: 19-50 8712 N. BROOKS ST., TAMPA, FL 147125.0000 HENDRY AND KNIGHTS ADDITION TO SECTIONS: 19-231, AND SULPHUR SPRINGS 27-77 TABLE 4-1 CASE# 08-21449 LOT 166 & W Y. CLOSED ALLEY ABUTORANGE TERRACE CESAIRE, SAMUEL TING THEREON LOTS 7 AND 8 AND E Y. CLOSED 5 HAMILTON HEATH DR., TAMPA, FL 149686.0000 ALLEY ABUTIING THEREON SECTION: 19-50 HAMIL TON HEATH REVISED MAP BLOCK? CASE # 08-22494 145524.0000 LOT13 169523.0000 ROBILLO, SOLEDAD 8117 N. SEMMES ST., TAMPA, FL CASE i# 08-24178 CASE# 08-21450 SECTIONS: 19-49, 19-50 AND 19-56 FREEMAN, SOPHIA PUISSEAU, EVELYN HENDRY AND KNIGHTS ADDITION TO 3016 N. 16TH ST., TAMPA, FL 3 HAMILTON HEATH DR., TAMPA, FL SULPHUR SPRINGS SECTIONS: 19-46, 19-49, AND 19-50 SECTIONS: 19-49 AND 19-50 LOT 164 & W Y. CLOSED ALLEY LA CARBAYERA HAMILTON HEATH REVISED MAP ABUTTING THEREON LOTS 6 AND 7 AND E Y. OF CLOSED 149685.0100 ALLEY ON W BLOCK 6 LOT12 187239.0100 169522.0000 CASE i# 08-23032 GOODMAN, CECILIA C. CASE # 08-24243 CASE i# 08-21523 4704 E. TEMPLE HEIGHTS RD., COMBS, TORRANCE FLEURY, JEAN L. 2908 N. 13TH ST., TAMPA, FL TAMPA, FL 4238 E. CAYUGA ST., TAMPA, FL SECTION: 19-50 SECTIONS: 19-47, 19-49, 19-50, SECTIONS: 19-46, 19-49 AND 19-50 TERRACE PARK SUBDIVISION 19-56, AND 27-124 SEIVER'S SUBDIVISION LOTS 26 AND 27 BLOCK 18 EASTERN HEIGHTS 1ST ADDITION NY. OF LOT 1 & THAT PART OF NY. 141851.0000 LOT82 OF LOT 2 DESC AS BEG AT NE COR 154767.0000 'ANDRUNW11.15FTS18FTSWLY 19.16 FTTOPT14 FTWOF E BDRY & CASE# 08-23190 DALRYMPLE SUNSHINTE AND CASE # 08-24281 10.5 FT N OF S BDRY S 10.5 FT E 14 FT & N 47.5 FT TO BEG BLOCK 6 CASANOVA ARMANDO TINSLEY, INDIA 186743.0000 7906 N. MULBERRY ST., AlB, TAMPA, FL 8623 N. 16TH ST., TAMPA, FL SULPHUR SPRINGS ADDITION SECTIONS: 19-233, 19-5A3 & 4 CASE# 08-21666 LOT 8 AND E 5 FT CLOSED ALLEY OAK TERRACE REVISED PLAT OF HURLBURT, RYAN ABUTIINGONW LOTS 203 AND 204 AND W Y. 8016 N.11TH ST., TAMPA, FL BLOCK70 CLOSED ALLEY ABUTIING SECTIONS: 19-49 AND 19-50 147014.0000 THEREON 145650.0000 SULPHUR SPRINGS ADDITION LOTS 11 AND E 5 FT CLOSED ALLEY CASE # 08-23238 CASE i# 08-24312 ABUTTING ON W JOHNSON, JESSE JR. CRESCENZO LAND HOLDINGS INC. BLOCK 55 ANDJOHNSON,NATASHA C/0 WILLIAM CRESCENZO 146857.0000 6401 JULIE ST., TAMPA, FL REGAGT SECTION: 19-50 CASE# 08-21688 STEPHEN FOSTER HIGHLANDS 3407 N. 9TH ST., TAMPA, FL ADDTION SECTIONS: 19-49 AND 19-50 SEILER, STEVEN J. HOMESTEAD REVISED MAP 4602 N. 38TH ST., TAMPA, FL LOT9 SECTIONS: 19-46, AND 19-50 150444.0000 LOT BEG 33 FT N OF SW COR OF LOTS& RUNE 114 FTN 38 FTW36 HOLLOMAN'S J J FT S 4 FT W 78 FT AND S 34 FT TO LOT 16 BLOCK 3 CASE# 08-23478 154336.0000 POSA, SAM BEG 7614 LAKESHORE DR., TAMPA, FL BLOCKS 173157.0000 CASE# 08-21737 SECTION: 19-50 AND 19-56 SANTIAGO, MELISSA AND ROMERO, A TRACT LYING IN SW Y. OF NW Y. CASE # 08-24439 EDWIN REYES DESC AS FOLLOWS: FR POB WHICH WALKER, JOHNNY C. 8412 N. 20TH ST., TAMPA, FL IS PT OF INTERSECTION OF WL Y 1007 E. ESKIMO AVE., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 19-49 AND 19-50 EXTENSION SLY BDRY OF LOT 19 SECTIONS: 19-49, 19-50, AND 19-233 HILLSBORO HEIGHTS MAP SOUTH BLOCK 42 TEMPLE CREST SUB UNIT SPRING HILL ADDITION S OF LOTS 1 THRU 4 NO 3 PLAT BOOK 10 PAGE 63AND Wl.Y CORRECTED MAP 145402.0100 RIW LINE OF LAKE SHORE DR THN S 64 LOTS 13 AND 14 AND N CLOSED I DEG 44 MIN 24 SEC W 50.3 FT MOL TO ALLEY ABUTIING THEREON CASE i# 08-21854 WATER'S EDGE OF HILLSBOROUGH BLOCK 5 MC NEILL, ROBERT J. RIVER TO APT DESIGNATED Y BEG AT 146066;0000 ANDJAOKSON,BETTYJO POB THN NWL Y ALG LAKE SHORE DR 6008 N. FLORA VISTA AVE., AN ARC OF CURVE 'MTH A RADIUS OF CASE i# 08-24552 TAMPA,FL 1145 FT CHD BRG N 11 DEG 09 MIN 48 BENNETI, KEVIN SECTIONS: 19-50 AND 19-231 SEC W 93.90 FT THN S 78 DEG 57 MIN 2024 E. FAIRBANKS ST., TAMPA, FL LAKEWOUD MANOR 09 SEC W47.5 FTMOL TO WATER'S SECTION: 19-233 170519.0000 EDGE OF HILLSBOROUGH RNER THN HILLSBORO HEIGHTS MAP SOUTH SLY ALG WATER'S EDGE 90FT TO PT Y LOTS 47 AND 48 BLOCK G CASE# 08-21894 148280.0000 145367.0000 TAVAREZ, DOMINGO 8709 N. BROOKS ST., TAMPA, FL CASE# 08-23612 CASE# 08-24814 SECTIONS: 19-49 AND 19-233 MARSHALL, ALVAELINDA MARIA WILSON M. ORANGE TERRACE 1010 E. CAYUGA ST., TAMPA, FL 1007 E. SITKA ST., TAMPA, FL LOT 17 & W Y. CLOSED ALLEY SECTION: 19-56 SECTIONS: 19-50 AND 19-46 ABUTIING THEREON GONZALEZ SIMON SUB SULPHUR SPRINGS ADDITION BLOCK 8 LOT2 BLOCK 2 E 54.2 FT OF LOT 10 BLOCK 54 145546.0000 172124.0020 146836.0000 FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE THE FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN ACCEPTS VISA MASTERCARD AMERICAN EXPRESS AND DEBIT CARD PAYMENT VIA PHONE INVITATION TO BID Competitive sealed bids will be received by the Southwest Florida Water Management District, Brooksville, Florida, and publicly opened at the specified time for: RFB 0903 -HILPATA RIVER ROAD HYDROLOGIC AND WETLANDS RESTORATION OPENS -JANUARY 12, 2008 @ 2:30 P.M. MANDATORY PRE-BID CONFERENCE; DECEMBER 18, 2008 @ 10:00 a.m. (SHARP) at Pruitt Trailhead, Marjorie Harris CarrCross Florida Greenway, 15430 SW 484, DUNNELLON, Florida. Bidders arriving late or falling to have representation may not submit a bid. Bid Documents, Specifications, and Drawings may be obtained from the District's Internet website at http://www.watennatters.orglprocuremenl or from the Purchasing Office, Southwest Florida Water Management District, 2379 Broad Street, Brooksville, FL 34604-6899, or by calling 352-796-7211, extension 4133, or 1-800-423-14 76 (Florida only) or TDD ONLY 1-800-231-6103 (in Florida). The District reserves the right to reject any or all bids/proposals received with or without cause. Malcolm K. Wilson, CPPO, MPA Purchasing Manager Avon Representatives Needed All Areas! Call 813-832-4282 Or E-mail AVONLADYGEORGIA@YAHOO.COM Now Hiring Hair Stylists, Braiders Barbers, And Nail Techs For A Diverse Salon Centrally Located In North Tampa Dynasty Salon "\!Vhem Hair Reigns Supreme" 1401 East Fletcher Ave. Contact Theresa Bennett (813) 263-2506 Opening Soon II High And Tight By Sho Ya Right Cutz Fadez Braidz 7110 N. Nebraska Ave. Hiring: Barbers, Braiders Hair Stylists, Shampoo Helpers, Tattoo Artists Web Designers And Musicians Call (813) 850-3333 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF SUBMISSION CITY OF TAMPA COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT PROGRAM, HOME INVESTMENT PARTNERSHIPS PROGRAM, EMERGENCY SHELTER GRANTS PROGRAM AND HOUSING OPPORTUNITIES FOR PERSONS WITH AIDS CONSOLIDATED ANNUAL PERFORMANCE AND EVALUATION REPORT FOR THE 2007 PROGRAM YEAR ENDED SEPTEMBER 30, 2008 Notice is hereby given that on December 24, 2008 the City of Tampa will submit to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development a Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER) for the Community Development Block Grant Program, HOME Investment Partnerships Program, Emergency Shelter Grants Program, and Housing Opportunities for Persons With AIDS. This report consists of a summary of activities undertaken, a financial summary and the progress achieved. in the programs through September 30, 2008. A copy of this Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report _is at the Tampa-Hillsborough County Public Library, 900 North Ashley Street, or City Clerk's Office, 3rd Floor, City Hall, 315 East Kennedy Boulevard, Tampa, Florida, 33602, where it may be examined by the general public during regular business hours. Comments may be made by calling Barbara Barkhurst (813) 274-7293, or by writing in care of City of Tampa Budget Office, 306 East Jackso. n Street BE, Tampa, Florida, 33602. Pam Iorio, Mayor 306 East Jackson Street Tampa, Florida 33602 CONTACT LA VORA @ (813) 248-1921 FOR DETAILS ON PLACING YOUR LEGAL OR CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT IN THE FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN FAX YOUR ADS 2417 TO: (813) 248-9218 Or Email ledwards@flsentlnel.com

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Mechanic Wanted Must Be Able To Get'em In & Out Engines & Transmissions A Must Call (813) 505-4638 Recession Rescue 911 Jobs For Felons/USA (813) 965-7991 Orientation Monday's -1 :OQ P.M. 12/15 AND 12/22, 2008 Downtown Library Ashley & Cass Wednesday's -1 :00 p.m. 12/10 AND 12117, 2008 @THA 1800 Rome Avenue Handyman Specials Starting As Low As $50k Call Irvin (813) 965-5413 2208 & 2210 E. 22nd St. 3 Bedroom/2 Bath Homes Reduced By $10,000 Asking $154,000 Call (813) 248-3977 For Detailed Information 6 Bedrooms Bank Foreclosure! $55,000.00 Only $445/Monthly 5%Down 15 Years At 8% APR For Listings Call 800-366-9783 Ext H489 Military Veterans No Down Payment Special FHA Programs Low Down Payment Own A Two, Three, Four Bedroom Home Mariy Areas Prices & Sizes Free Pre-Qualifying Midland Realty (813) THE FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN THE VOICE OF OUR COMMUNITY FOR OVER 83 YEARS Wholesale Properties To The Public Great "Fixer Upper'' Deals www.rehabbersuperstore.com Kenny Rushing 813.675.7040 North Lakeland Duplexes Shirley Ann Trail Only $259 900 For 4 Fully Leased Units With CHA, Parking Lot And Newer Roof Income 30k! Dover lnt'l Realty K. Robinson 407-488-7236 Help For 1st Time Home Buyers Even With Less Than Perfect Credit Call Irvin (813) 288-0300 Ext 241 Apartment 4 Bedroom/ 2 Bath Home Washer/Dryer Hook-up Central Heat And Air Section 8 Welcome Call (813) 849-3265 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath 1401 East 97th Avenue 1026 East MLK 2705 East Cayuga 908 East Humphrey CHA, WDH $600.00 $800.00/Monthly (813) 453..0123 South Tampa Townhouse For Rent! 2 Bedroom/1.5 Bath New Paint, Carpet, Tile F enced Patio, WDH Pets OK Section 8 OK $850.00 "First Month Free" (813) 451-9201 SUPPORT THE FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN ADVERTISERS 2, 3, 4 Bedroom Homes And Apartments New Paint, CHA, Washer/Dryer Hook-up Fenced; No Pets Section 8 OK (813) 949-3482 Sulphur Spring Area 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Townhouse For Lease Gated Community A Low $720 00 Section 8 Welcomed Security Deposit $.300.00 $25 .00 Application Fee Call (813) 740-0384 Seminole Heights 3 Bedroom/ Bath CHA, Garage Washer/Dryer Hook-up Sect i on 8 Accepted $1,000 00 Per Month Call 813-326-6141 1302 28th Ave. North 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Home Fenced Yard Washer/Dryer Hook-Up $700.00/Monthly Plus Deposit Phone (813) 505-1029 55th Street@ 30th Avenue 3 Bedroom/2 Bath Home No Deposit $750 .00-1st Month $850 .00-Each Additional Month (813) 361-6661 House For Rent 2621 East 26th Avenue 3 Bedrooms/ 2 Baths Central Air Section 8 Welcome Call (813) 936-1151 Or (813) 770-6703 Remodeled 3/1 Ceiling Fans Til e T hroughout Dishwasher Utility Carport, F en ce d Yard $995/Monthly $600/Deposit Section 8 OK No 113-298-1713 1, 2, 3, 4 & 5 Bedrooms Available Section 8 OK Call (813) 600-5090 3905 E. Powhattan 5 Bedrooms/2 Baths Call Tyrone 1-800-890-7639 (718) 781-6934 3202 38th Avenue 3 Bedroom/1 Bath, CHA Washer Dryer Hook-up $850 00/Monthly $500 00/Deposit Call (813) 775-8397 3418 N. 48th Street Section 8 Only 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath CHA,WDH Fenced Yard Call (813) 713-4055 Or (813) 526-8226 8521 Fishlake Road 3 Bedroom/1 Bath 1 Car Garage, CHA Washer/Dryer Included $900 00/Month l y A WPir.nmP (813) 541-3699 Sulphur Springs 8211 North 18th Street Super Nice 4 Bedroom/2 Bath Home Concrete Block, Pool Central Heat And Air $1 ,450 00/Monthly Section 8 Welcome Call (813) 220-8658 Sulphur Springs Area 3 Bedrooms/2 Bath CHA, F enced Yard WID Hook-up $1, 100 00/Monthly $1,000. 00/Deposit Sect i on 8 Accepted (813) 900-6926 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath With Bon u s Room $995.00/Per Month Plus $300 00/Depos it Section 8 OK Call (813) 600-5090 3603 E. Louisiana 3 Bedrooms/1 Baths Huge Backyard $850 00/Monthly Section 8 Welcome (813) 600-5090 LOOKIII 2301 5th Avenue YborCity 5 Bedroo m /2 Bath $1,650.00/Monthly Sectio n 8 OK Call (813) 325-6499 East Tampa Home Spacious 2/1, CHA Fenced, WID Hookup Water Included $975.00 Monthly +Deposit. Section 8 Accepted (813) 451-9624 Carver City Near Jefferson High And Roland Park K-8 School 3/1 CHA, WDH New C a rpet Near Bus Line $925.00 / Monthly Plus Deposit (813) 879-5959 4 Bedrooms/1 Bath CHA WDH Fenced Back Yard Section 8 Welcome $1,500 00/Rent $ 1 ,500. 00 / Deposi t Available December 1st Contact Property Manager Jonda Solomon (813) 239-0600 Or (727) 320-7310 Contact LaVORA@ (813) 248-1921 To Publish Your Classified Or Legal Advertisement In The Florida Sentinel Bulletin Email Your Ad To: ledwards@flsentinel.com Or Fax 2417 To (813) 248-9218 -4 c: m en 0 }< 0 m 0 m al m :D Y' N 0 0 CIO ., r-0 :D en m z -4 z m r-1 al c: r rm -4 z c: al r-c;; :c m c m -4 c: m en c ,.. z c ., :D 6 J (i') m ... ...

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204% E. Selma Ave. 1 Bedroom Over Garage Studio Apartment $500. DO/Monthly $500.00/Deposit Call (813) 786-8670 1, 2, And 3 Bedroom Apartments For Rent Clean And Affordable Please Call (813) 610-4319 Or (813) 610-4206 For Availability 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath W/S/G Included $495.00-$550.00 $300.00/Security Deposit Section 8 Accepted All County Property Management 813-229-2578 YborCity 2910 East Columbus 2/2 Apartment For $850 00 With Washer/Dryer Updated, Very Nice Section 8 Welcome Jacob Real Estate, Brkr. (813) 258-3200 USF Area Section 8 Accepted 2/1 -New Carpet/Tile Large Living Room WDH, CHA $695.00/Rent Plus Deposit (813) 417-3455 Senior Citizen Special 55+ 0 Security Deposit 2 Bedroom/2 Bath $725 00 University Mall Area Large Unit W/D Hook-up DIW, Ceiling Fans, CHA Call Marian (813) 832-9557 River Pines Apartments SENIOR CITIZEN COMMUNITY Active independent living for 55+, quiet park-like setting, shopping, transportation, social activities, riverfront living Efficiencies and 1-bedroom apartments at $360 00 per month (813) 985-4419 Section 8 Tenants New HD TV 0 Security Deposit 3 Bedroom/1 Bath CHA, WDH Near Everything Call (813) 546-7782 1 & 2 Bedrooms Very Nice, WDH 415 E. Forest Avenue 402 W. Amelia Avenue $550 $650/Monthly Plus Deposit Call813-391-7046 Ybor Heights 2707 B 13th Street Spacious 3 Bedroom 1 Bath Upstairs Apartment W/D Hook-Up $650.00/Monthly $500 00/Deposit (813) 230-1536 New Port Richey Southgate Senior Apartments, 62 + 1 Bedroom/$435 00 Minimum Income Required $1,500 00 Adjacent To Southgate Shopping Center (727) 847-1110 EHO Large 2nd Floor Apartment 4 Bedrooms/1 Ya Bath New Carpets, Appliances And Ceiling Fans Yard Fenced On Three Sides, Front Porch Laundry On Premises Section 8 Only $1 ,200 00/Monthly Plus Deposit Call Ron Or Carol (813) 973-2341 USF& Busch Gardens Area BAD CREDIT? No Problemll FREE APPLICATIONII Newly Renovated 1 Bedroom/1 Bath New Tile F loors New Appliances New Ceiling Fans $550 00/Monthly Very Low Deposit! Water & Trash included!! II 813-244 4111 APTS. FOR REN c: m en 0 0 m 0 Cinnamon Cove m 3: Apartments m 12401 N. 15th Street Starting At $375 00 On-Site Laundry and Convenient To Everything Income Restrictions Apply Call (813) 971-5254 Move-In _Special 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath Close To Transportation Shopping Mall Central Heat/Air Fenced Yard $650.00/Rent $300.00/Deposit Call (813) 244-9335 $288.00 Moves You In $144.00/Weekly 1 Bedroom/1 Bathroom Apartment Refrigerator, Stove, On-site Laundry And Management. Convenient To Shopping And Busline Must Have Proof Of Inco me. Section 8 Welcome Located In USF Area CALL JUSTIN 813 975-0258 !D N 0 0 00 "" r-22 First Month Free $125.00 Moves You In Must Have Excellent Rental History Upstairs Apartment 3625 Potter Street #A Washer/Dryer Hook-up $550.00/Monthly Includes Water (813) 238-8353 Ybor Apartments 1 Bedroom/1 Bath $500.00/Monthly 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath $625. DO/Monthly Includes Water Deposit Required (813) 318-1523 (201) 819-5265 2009 Florence Located (Rear of 919 E. 11th Ave) First Month FREE $125 00 Move You In Must Have Excellent Verifiable Rental History Small 1 Bedroom/1 Bath Apartment #A W/D Hook-up, Central AIC $550 00/Month l y Includes Water (813) 238-6353 THIS COULD BE YOUR ADVERTIS E MENT. . CONTACT LAVORA @ (813) 248-1921 FOR DETAILS ON PLACING YOUR ADVERTISEMENT IN THE CLASSIFIED SECTION Duplexes 1104 E. Bougainvillea Ave. 1211 E. Seneca 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Vinyl Tiles, WID Hook-Up Fenced Yard Call 813-932-4351 9607 North Aster Avenue 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath Move-In Special $200.00/Deposit $700 00/Per Month Section 8 Welcome Call (813) 503-0493 Senior Citizen Special 55+ o Security Deposit 2 Bedroom/1 Bath $675 00/Monthly Private Home Like Duplex VVDH, CHA, Ceiling F ans Large Fenced Patio Call Marian (813) 832-9557 Duplex 10120 North 11th Street 2 BedroOm/1 Bath, CHA, Water Included Section 8 OK Rental Reference Required Call (813) 377-9719 WestTampa 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath Duplex CHA, Utility Room, WDH, $725.00 Monthly -$350 00.Deposit 2102-A Palmetto Street Call (813) 223-5214 2410 W. Cypress Street 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath New Refrigerator, Carpet CHA, VVDH Section 8 And Seniors Welcome $700. DO/Monthly $500. DO/ Security (813) 694-1348 LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS EMPLOYMENT HOMES FOR SALE/RENT APARTMENTS .......... DUPLEXES ROOMS FOR RENT . BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES LEASE OPTIONS ETC. ADVERTISE IT IN THE FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN C/) m z z m r-ta c: r rm -t z "a c: I:D r0 -:X: m 0 m < m -t c: m C/) 0 ,.. z 0 "" 22 0 )i Ci) m ...

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